Brits undeterred by Egyptian unrest

Brits undeterred by Egyptian unrest

Brits are undeterred by the unrest in Egypt after survey results found that 50 percent of travellers would still visit the country later this year. Research by Easyvoyage has indicated that half of Brits would still on holiday to the destination, although 80 percent questioned whether they would visit Tunisia in the near future due to lack of information about the country, not the unrest. “Our survey shows that Egypt will bounce back relatively quickly, helped by the fact that the popular Red Sea resorts remain largely unaffected,” explained Jean-Pierre Nadir, founding president or Easyvoyage. “Unfortunately Tunisia will take longer, knowledge of the destination is less and potential holidaymakers are being enticed elsewhere.” He added that all inclusives remained popular and destinations such as Spain, Greece and Turkey have seen an increase in interest since the Egyptian protests.

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